"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Taylor Armstrong may have cried and screamed and had a meltdown of sorts this season on Bravo's reality series, but who could blame her? Her marriage to her now deceased husband, Russell, was crumbling as the tape rolled. But don't expect to see the same emotional reactions from her on the upcoming reunion show.
"Watch What Happens Live" host Andy Cohen, who moderated the reunion that taped on Jan. 5, told Entertainment Tonight that Armstrong "didn't shed a tear."
And it's not because Cohen threw softball questions at her. In fact, the opposite was true. "As I grilled her about everything that's happened and everything that she's feeling ... she is coming from a place of strength and recovery now," he told ET. "It's been six months."
Russell Armstrong committed suicide in August. He was 47.
See what else the "RHOBH" reunion host had to say about Armstrong's emotional season on the show:
After shooting the reunion last week, Cohen tweeted, "Long day taping #RHOBH Reunion. Emotional, intense, dramatic. The wives deserve a cocktail right about now.... !"
"Housewives" star Kyle Richards agreed and tweeted, "emotionally draining day. So hard to re live all the difficult moments this season on #RHOBH."
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" airs on Bravo at 9p.m. Mondays. For more on "RHOBH," watch "Kathie Lee and Hoda" on Tuesday, when Camille Grammer is scheduled to appear.
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